"I tawt I taw a Putty Tat! I did! I did taw a Putty Tat!"

Tweety Pie/Bird
Tweety Pie
Personal Information
Aliases Tweety Bird
Tweety Pie
Gender Male
Female (movie)
Species Yellow canary
Birthday November 21, 1942
Homeworld Earth
Significant other(s) Granny (owner)
Production Information
First appearance A Tale of Two Kitties (November 21, 1942)
Voiced by Mel Blanc (1942-1989)
Jeff Bergman (1990-1993, 2011-present)
Bob Bergen (1990-present)
Joe Alaskey (1995-present)
Eric Goldberg (2003)
Billy West (2002)
Samuel Vincent (as a baby, 2002-2005)
Greg Burson (1995)
Mariel Sheets (movie)

Tweety Pie/Bird (born November 21, 1942) is a fictional Yellow canary in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. The name "Tweety" is a play on words, as it originally meant "sweetie", along with "tweet" being a typical English onomatopoeia for the sounds of birds.


In Looney Tunes: The First Epic Movie:

Tweety is shown to be rather a female in the movie. She is a Yellow canary who lives with Granny and Sylvester. Every time Sylvester tries to eat her, she says: "You bad ol' Puddy Tat!" and Sylvester gets hit by someone else, and Tweety sticks out her tongue to him.



Tweety in World War 2.